Recruiting, Readying & Retaining: The Three R’s of the Teacher Shortage

@ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join The Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership for The Three R’s of the Teacher Shortage; Recruiting, Readying & Retaining speaker series.
The first event will be virtual on December 13, 2023 at 12:00 noon CST.

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Kathlene Holmes Campbell, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer for National Center for Teacher Residencies (NCTR)

Dr. Campbell’s multifaceted experience as a classroom teacher, community college and state college professor, state college interim dean, university instructor and supervisor, and non-profit consultant has shaped all of her strategic and scholarly pursuits. Prior to joing NCTR as CEO, Dr. Campbell previously served as the Dean of Education at the University of St. Thomas where she oversaw the departments of educational leadership, special education, and teacher education as well as the charter school authorizing unit and the Minnesota Institute for Trauma Informed Education (MITIE). Dr. Campbell also was a Program Director for NCTR, where she led programming that provided technical assistance to IHEs and colleges of education transitions to a teacher residency or other clinically oriented teacher preparation program. Earlier in her career, Dr. Campbell served as a Director of Alternative Certification and Interim Dean of Education at Florida State College at Jacksonville. During her appointments as a director and dean, she revised program curricula to better prepare graduates for the teaching profession and oversaw credit (AS) and non-credit early childhood courses, two education A.A. degree courses, the alternative certification program, and a Bachelor of Science program in early childhood education.

Keilani Goggins
Director, Black Educators Initiative (BEI)

Goggins joined NCTR in 2019. In her role, she provides support and technical assistance to BEI grantees. She also identifies and cultivates partnerships to scale the promising practices of BEI. Prior to joining NCTR, Goggins was the Assistant Director at Vanderbilt University’s Center for Student Professional Development and the inaugural Director of the Hope Street Group Teacher Fellowship in Tennessee.